Crimean authorities have plans for 5 years to restore the famous mud baths " Moinaki in Yalta, which was on the decline in Ukraine, said the head of Crimean Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov.
"Today" Moinaki not functioning, all of its premises are in disrepair, canned six administrative buildings and 3 wells, " said Konstantinov at an extraordinary session of Parliament on the last working day of the week.
according to his statement, in the Federal target program for development of Crimea until 2020 for the restoration of mud baths provided 700 million." This year it is expected to carry out design and exploration work amounting to more than 66 million roubles ", - noted Konstantin.
from its part the head of Department of the state Council of the Crimea for property and land relations of Eugene Dobrynya said that the Manager of means defined municipal Authorities of Yalta. The Crimean Parliament gave its consent to the transfer of mud baths in municipal ownership.
"Pledged funds 700 million for a five-year project. We, truly, will be revived the whole complex ", - said the Dobrinja.
Spa complex "Moinaki" in Evpatoria traces its history back to 1887. In 1913, the hospital was awarded a Large silver medal of all-Russian hygienic exposure. Currently unique mud baths, which until recently was owned by CJSC Ukrprofzdravnitsa, is in decline and won't work with 2007.